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|Value for money||7.6|
|Distance to city center||0.2 mi|
|"Vintage decor and friendly staff."||(in 34 reviews)|
|"I loved this hotel!"||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Bed so comfortable, room was really adorable!."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Too small a room."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"The valet service took forever to get the car."||(in 4 reviews)|
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|bar lounge||in 31 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 33 reviews|
|candy bar||in 14 reviews|
|control the temperature of our room||in 2 reviews|
|downtown detroit||in 4 reviews|
|great hotel||in 46 reviews|
|great location||in 48 reviews|
|lobby||in 13 reviews|
|room was small||in 24 reviews|
|staff was very friendly||in 45 reviews|
|valet parking||in 15 reviews|
|vintage decor||in 2 reviews|
The design of the hotel is so fun, and the location is perfect. Yes, the rooms are small (unless you are in one of the deluxe rooms, but if you are not spending a lot of time in your room, it’s perfect, and even if you are, it’s designed to not feel like a shoebox. Plenty of space for luggage, and the bathrooms are beautiful). The Candy Bar off the lobby was so fun after an evening out. We didn’t try Karl’s diner upstairs, but it looked fun. The record shop attached is neat to stop into with lots of local artists on vinyl. Overall, it was wonderful for a night in Detroit!
The walls are a little thin, but it’s an old building. If you’re sensitive to noise, I’d recommend a white noise app.
Central location very clean bedroom and well presented. Reception staff very helpful The bed was very comfortable and shower was good Would recommend this hotel
Everything was great
Loved the vibe and decor, with a super great location. Enjoyed having coffee, food and bar within the hotel in case it was raining! Staff was nice, checked in quick.
Sad the bar closed early on the night we were there (midnight?). The coffee wasn't the BEST, we went elsewhere to get another. Hotel rooms were small but as expected so not the biggest deal.
Close to stadiums friendly staff kinda cool atmosphere until people arrive then small and cramped ....they did give me a early check in which was great .....staff was awesome
For the realy high price you pay you get absolutely no amenities....No coffee pot No fridge No microwave ....if you want coffee you have to get dressed go down 12 stories and pay almost 4 dollars for a small cup....no way to keep beverages cold either.....i will stay at another place on my next trip.....the place is close to the stadiums....but ill walk a couple of extra blocks next time....huge bathrooms small living space....if ya go to Detroit for a badass shower this is for you if ya want to move around in your living space not so much....
The hotel was just so cute, different than the big chains. Security was wonderful and the area was safe
Food and drinks were way overpriced and I wish there had been a coffee maker in the room.
Travelers seeking a hotel with eclectic, modern luxury and unparallelled style need search no more. The Siren Hotel in downtown Detroit is the epitome of fun, modernity, and functionality. Room designs feature clean lines, mid-century modern elements, with a twist of bohemia and a dash of old-world elegance.
All rooms include a private bathroom finished with custom terrazzo tiles and vanity in addition to flat screen televisions, complimentary Wi-Fi, custom Italian linens, hand-loomed blankets, gourmet snacks, and toiletries made exclusively for The Siren. The Hideout Room, perfect for friends or kids, features a bunk bed, vintage and custom furniture and lighting, while The Penthouse is a lofted duplex with a full living room and dining room on the lower level, featuring a double-height glass window that boasts expansive views over Comerica Park and downtown.
The first floor of The Siren is home to Populace Coffee, Candy Bar, The Social Club Grooming Company, Pot & Box floral design studio, Siren Shop, and Albena, an exclusive 8-seat restaurant led by Chef Garrett Lipar offering a tasting menu inspired by the Great Lakes region. Improving on greatness, The Siren Hotel is due to add an extension of local music hub Paramita Sound, Sid Gold’s Request Room for a piano karaoke bar, Karl’s all day restaurant, helmed by Chef Kate Williams, and a rooftop bar perched on the fourteenth floor.
Visitors to Detroit will surely enjoy a world of unique Detroit metro art and culture at The Siren Hotel.
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|Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County||17.3 mi|